Sky Ferreira at my studio #2
Gregory Crewdson's incredibly surreal and intelligently lit images of American suburbia are eerily beautiful. They more often than not are the result of a large production crew, similar to that of a feature film using props like cranes and massive lighting rigs to get the desired effect. Every image feels like a scene from a horror or scifi film with his subject often appearing to be in a kind of trance-like daze
Awww, Merry Christmas.
ZAYN IS HIGH AS FUCK HANGING OUT WITH A LIZARD GET ON HIS LEVEL
The Clash performing ‘White Riot’ At Gröna Lund Stockholm, Sweden, June 1977. Photographed by Torbjörn Calvero.
Charlie Don’t Surf - The Clash
Afternoon Delight - One Direction & Anchorman 2 Cast
"I hope I die before Yoko, because, if Yoko died, I wouldn’t know how to survive. I couldn’t carry on.”
- John Lennon, December 8, 1980
Gif credit: Modcat
No matter what’s happened, even though John’s dead, I don’t feel like we’re ever going to be apart. I think we’re a part of each other’s lives, we’re a part of each other’s karma, man. And, you know, there’s something sort of deeper than all the business troubles we went through. They were real enough but, um, nah, I think that through all that stuff there was always John who would just put down his glasses and sort of say ‘It’s only me’. And that was it, you know. I’d know what he meant. Yah, it’s only Johnny. It’s only Lennon, you know. He’s only having a laugh with us, it’s a joke really. There was always that feeling at the bottom of things no matter how bad it got, if we had fights or slanging matches or anything, you still kind of liked each other. - Paul McCartney
Annie Leibovitz was assigned to photograph John and Yoko for the Rolling Stone magazine.
She attempted to photograph John alone, but he insisted that Yoko be part of it as well. Annie, inspired by the album cover of Double Fantasy, tried to recreate something similar to it; she imagined the two would pose together nude.
Yoko would only agree to take her top off, but nothing more, so disappointed, Annie asked her to leave it on. However, John disrobed, curled up beside and wrapped himself around the fully clothed Yoko. Instantly, Annie used her camera and captured the moment forever.
"You captured our relationship exactly."
On John and Yoko’s way back home from the photo shoot, just several hours later, John was assassinated outside the Dakota.
The day was December 8, 1980.
Within the same few hours that such an influential, outspoken man evinced to the world his intimate bond with his wife, he was shot dead by a man he never really knew.
And - yet - that cruel irony further etches the power of a single moment where an onlooker can truly believe that love is all one needs.